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    OVER the years many fine Bible students have contributed articles to The Christadelphian. Some of the series, and occasionally collections of single articles, have subsequently been produced as books, but there is much material lying largely forgotten that deserves the attention of a new generation of readers.
    The availability of the magazine in electronic form has made it far easier to search through past issues, but it can still be a time consuming exercise to collect together all the articles in a series.
    The Study Series from The Christadelphian addresses that issue, and it is hoped that readers will find these additional e-booklets helpful and convenient to use. The twentieth one, First Things First (Genesis 1-11), reproduces eleven articles under this heading by Brother Mark Vincent which were published in the magazine from March 2004 to January 2005.

  • Each book of the Bible is summarised and illustrated in a single page – focusing on the principal features … As well as the pages devoted to individual books there are introductory and general pages presenting charts and maps, a summary of Bible teaching, a list of books for further reading, and a useful index. This book is of particular value for interested friends, young people and those receiving instruction: a handy reference guide for young and old.

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    The Acts of the Apostles forms a bridge between the Gospels and the Epistles. Imagine a New Testament without Acts! We would have no context in which to understand the origin of the Epistles, those letters from the apostles addressed to ecclesias, the foundations of which would be a mystery and the lives of authors mostly unknown.
    Acts traces the progress of the spread of the Gospel from the initial proclamation at Pentecost by Peter and the Twelve in Jerusalem to the arrival of Paul in Rome. We are told nothing of the “acts” of most of the apostles. Nine of the twelve are not heard of individually after Chapter 1. In reality, Acts gives an account of the early work of Peter and, to a much lesser extent John, whole the greater part is devoted to Paul, who was not one of the original Twelve.
    This scolarly yet readily accessible study of the Acts of the Apostles takes the reader sequentially through the book. Studies are aided by the use of maps, tables, sixty “digressions”, and colour photographs depicting many of the locations visited by the apostles.
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  • This is a devotional study of the Almighty Creator, the God of the Bible, who calls on men and women to seek Him diligently in faith, accepting and fulfilling their responsibilities now. Then, in due time by God’s grace, they will be privileged to share the blessings of His coming kingdom on earth at the return of the Lord Jesus Christ, His beloved Son.

  • Questions and answers on the Truth revealed in the holy scriptures, with texts in full appended to nearly every answer.

  • Servants of the Lord

  • “Godly discipleship is never a natural characteristic in man: it has to be learned, and it has to be practised. Like a skilled musician, the disciple can become rusty if he grows indolent or lethargic, or if he fails to practise his dicipleship every minute of every day.

  • The Prayer Journal is designed to help in regular and thoughtful prayer. Each day gives a suggested prayer topic and the daily readings. There are spaces for weekly and monthly reflections, and each page has Bible passages on prayer printed in full. At the front and back are sections with tips on how to pray as an individual, a couple, a family and in a group/ecclesia setting. There is plenty of room for your own notes, but the journal is also thin enough to fit into a Bible case, handbag or workbag.

  • In any family a new birth is the cause of great happiness. This is followed by the expectation and deep desire that the recent arrival will develop and grow into a fine adult. Plans are almost always made by the family to help this process along. It is no different with God’s family. Spiritual newborns need to learn what it means to be a member of God’s family and how to contribute. After baptism there is a need to grow and mature into the measure of the Lord Jesus. This book considers basic principles for Christlike living and offers some practical advice for new brothers and sisters to help them grow up into Christ.